Welcome to AutoDetail.org, the best place on the web to find facts, tips and tricks from the industries top Automotive Detailing Experts.
This is your personal detailing instruction website covering all car care topics: polishing, waxing, washing, cleaning wheels and tires, convertible top care, and more. Print it out, bookmark it… treat it like your own detailing handbook. You’ll find tips and techniques here that are currently used by detailing professionals and enthusiasts to create automotive masterpieces. Borrow from their knowledge and turn your own vehicle into a work of art.
The detailing how-to’s, videos, product reviews and spotlights are written from the combined experiences of professional detailers, and industry leaders in car care. We constantly update our how to guides to provide you with the latest tips and products as we learn about them. Follow the links throughout these guides to learn more about the products recommended and to add them to your own detailing arsenal.
To put more information at your fingertips, we have a online forum, AutogeekOnline. It’s a place for detailers and enthusiasts to discuss their hobby, share advice, and post pictures of their work. It’s a great way to get feedback on your specific detailing issue from others who’ve encountered the same problem. Best of all, you can log on to AutogeekOnline.net at all hours to get the information you need to achieve the best possible finish on your vehicle.
If you’re looking for information a specific product, we would recommend searching on Autogeek.net. In addition to their own products – Pinnacle, Wolfgang, DP, and Cobra — Autogeek carries hundreds of other excellent car care products for every surface of your vehicle.
Check back often because we’re always updating our detailing guides and adding new features. Our goal is to provide you with the best information and products for your vehicle all in one place, here at AutoDetail.org.
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